Hotham Alpine Resort is located in the heart of the Australian Alps National Park. It's classic Australian wilderness up here. Think snowgums, think rolling mountain ridges, think Man from Snowy River country... it's breathtaking.
The village itself is at 1750m, just below the summit of Mt Hotham (1861m). And it's easily accessible, thanks to Australia's newest touring route, The Great Alpine Road.
The Great Alpine Road
The Great Alpine Road runs from Wangaratta in the north of Victoria, to Bairnsdale in the south - and Hotham lies in the centre.
Driving distances and approximate times
- Melbourne to Wangaratta
- Wangaratta to Harrietville
- Harrietville to Mount Hotham
32km/35 mins. (summer road conditions)
- Melbourne to Bairnsdale
- Bairnsdale to Omeo
- Omeo to Mount Hotham Airport
34km/30 mins. (summer road conditions)
- Mount Hotham Airport to Mount Hotham
25km/20 mins. (summer road conditions)
A Resort Entry fee is applicable to all motor vehicles and passengers of coaches and taxis entering all Victorian Ski Resorts during the declared snow season ( 8 June to 29 September 2013).
Day permits can be purchased via Alpine Easy Access prior to arriving at Hotham . Season Entry Permits are also available and provide great value if you are planning to visit the resort for an extended period of time. Please take the time to consider which option offers the best value for you.
Travel the Great Alpine Road